In the first part of a double feature on the Trans Adriatic Express (TAE), EXA’s VP Strategic Investments Steve Roberts discusses the growing opportunities for telecom operators as transport and energy projects garner investment with a spotlight on EXA connecting south-east and western European digital networks via the Trans Adriatic Pipeline.
If you work in long-haul telecommunications, being a connector is not an option. Every second of every day, the EXA Infrastructure team works to keep customers connected to our network across Europe and the North Atlantic, so that they stay connected to their customers.
As a business that was only born last September, we are inevitably focused on the future. Our team heard at our kick-off from entrepreneur, advisor and futurist Peter Hinssen that the world has entered an age that he called ‘the never normal’.
E-commerce adoption has accelerated even further during the COVID-19 pandemic, to the point that many businesses have had to scramble to serve customers predominantly or even exclusively online, a shift that is likely to be irreversible.
Thanksgiving is right around the corner, do you have enough ‘bytes’ to ensure your customers are satisfied?
From humble beginnings over a decade ago, with only a handful of PoPs (points of presence), what has now become Exa Infrastructure has undergone quite the transformation, now with over 500 PoPs on 6 continents, covering 31 countries.
EXA Infrastructure might be a new name in the market, but behind the new brand there is a solid and leading fiber infrastructure service provider.